Forever Border

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  • #934228

    I’m having trouble finding the code to change the border on the forever theme from black to white.

    This is my blog: girlavantgarde.com
    I want to remove the black border around the middle. Anyone know how?

    The blog I need help with is girlavantgarde.wordpress.com.

    #934410

    This is it.

    #page {
    border: 1px solid #FFFFFF;
    }
    #934470

    For some reason, that’s not working for me. Prior to that mine was set to #bbb, probably a grey shade. That code makes so difference. What could be wrong?

    #934472

    Hmmm, it works for me in Firebug on your site, but we will be a little more aggressive with it. Try this, and force refresh the preview page if you are using the CSS preview. Sometimes browsers do not pick up the CSS change and instead pull a cached page..

    #page {
    border: 1px solid #FFFFFF;
    }
    #934484

    Worked!!! Thank you SO much. I have two other questions. (1)How do I fix the css so that my widgets are centered on the sidebar? and (2) Where is the code so that I can change the color of the page I am currently on?

    #934485

    Sorry. Forget question 2. How do I remove the border from widgets using css code? Thanks again. So very appreciated

    #934486

    This gets rid of the vertical line between the sidebar and main content.

    #secondary {
    border: none;
    }

    If you also want to get rid of the line below the widget titles, add this also.

    #secondary .widget-title {
    border: none;
    }
    #934487

    I am actually trying to remove the border from the images in my sidebar themselves. If you look at girlavantgarde.com , the images with the designed circles and the words “pinterest”, “Facebook”, “twitter”, and “bloglovin”. The black boxes surrounding those images.

    Additionally, I’d like them to be aligned in the center.

    Sorry, VERY new to this, as you can tell.

    #934488

    You can do this in the image code in the text widgets. After the opening <img tag, add the class and style information so it looks like below.

    <img class="aligncenter" style="border: none;"

    #934489

    Thanks again

    #934490

    You are welcome.

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